Your visit day
We are delighted to have been able to make you an offer to study biochemistry at Bristol.
Congratulations on receiving your offer to study biochemistry at Bristol!
What to expect when you join us at one of our UCAS offer holder visit days
We hope your visit day will help you decide that Bristol is the right university for you. It's an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about studying at Bristol and to experience what it might be like to be part of our biochemistry community at the University of Bristol.
On the day you will allow you to:
- visit the School of Biochemistry in the afternoon, after the University's morning schedule (see links to programmes below)
- see how our state-of-the-art eBiolabs online learning facility helps you get the most out of our Biochemistry practical classes and tutorials
- meet current biochemistry students, academic staff and your potential colleagues next year
- find out more about your course and the way it will be taught
- ask any questions you might have about studying biochemistry at Bristol
- get a taste for the way we teach through example research presentations
Biochemistry visit days will be held between November 2017 and April 2018.
You will be emailed specific dates when you have received your offer.
Visit day programme
Here you can see a copy of a typical programme for the afternoon session spent with us in the School of Biochemistry from 12.30pm-4.00pm. Minor changes may occur depending on the day of your visit.
The morning programme is hosted by the University, and will take place from 9am-12pm, with shuttle buses from Temple Meads train station and registration at the Wills Memorial Building from 8:30am.
Please note that if you are unable to attend the University morning sessions, we will still be delighted to welcome you in the School of Biochemistry in the afternoon.
Further information is available here.
If you have any queries then please contact us on +44 (0)117 331 2167 or via email
Biomedical Sciences Building
Bristol BS8 1TD
Need help with the cost of getting here?
You may be eligible for a means-tested bursary to help with your travel costs. See our Student Funding Office web page for more information.